Plant-Based Brands THIS And WTF! Launch Vegan ‘Willy Wonka-Style’ Golden Nuggets


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The limited edition product will be available from July 27 - August 2 (Photo: Supplied) - Media Credit:

Plant-based meat creator THIS has partnered with delivery food brand We’re the Future (WTF!) to launch vegan ‘Willy Wonka-style’ golden nuggets.

From July 27 – August 2, the meat-free chicken nuggets will be available from WTF! on UberEats or Deliveroo – priced at £3.95 for four or £7.50 for eight.

Customers ordering Golden Nuggets will also be automatically entered into a prize draw for a chance of winning a year’s supply of plant-based nuggets.

‘We’re here to blow your mind’

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Salih Sheikh, Head of Marketing for WTF! said: “Our mission is to always leave people thinking ‘WTF!’ – whether that be through our menu, the nutritional value of our burgers, or our choice of ingredients – unprocessed, high in protein and good for the gut.

“Simply put, we are here to blow your mind, and what can be more mind-blowing than opening your delivery to find edible, glowing Golden Nuggets shining and shimmering in your face?”

Andy Shovel, Co-founder of THIS™, added: “It’s really great to collaborate with WTF! – another brand that has defied the odds and actually grown during lockdown. This is definitely a golden opportunity to win some nuggets.”

You can order Golden Nuggets here

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